Federal flood maps are outdated, and climate change will only make them more so, leaving states and localities without the information they need to plan for and mitigate flood risks.
An HHS audit detailed a total of six shortcomings with the agency’s handling of smart cards.
IoE will demand a workforce shift.
The agency says it has 11 cloud contracts, but the IG doubts that number.
Watchdog says it's a bad idea for personnel to access NOAA systems using personal computers
If you use an iPhone or iPad, your photos, web history, and GPS logs are vulnerable to theft and surveillance via back-door protocols running on all iOS devices.
Medical professionals say the device could be helpful, but patient privacy is still a concern.
The battleground of tomorrow is everywhere at once.
Some Things Should Be Banned from the Internet of Things
Connecting refrigerators to the Web -- what could go wrong?
Census Rethinks How It Presents Its Many Data Points
Census wants to make its data easier to use.
Why the NSA Keeps Tracking People Even After They're Dead
A newly disclosed government rule book reveals just how easy it is to get placed ...
IRS Seeks to Destroy More Hard Drives -- The Right Way This Time
Agency is also ‘refreshing employees’ awareness’ of existing policies, ...
The Most Valuable Data on Earth?
That’s a pun. Here’s the White House plan for Earth data.
Attention, Passengers: $15,000 Prize for Whoever Can Speed TSA Screening
Agency launches online contest for citizens to design 5-minute wait ...
HHS Announces New Open Gov Projects, Wants to Know What You Think
New initiative will make federally funded research journals more ...
Commerce Has the Best Data, Will Hire Chief Data Officer, Secretary Says
Penny Pritzker was speaking at a conference in California.
FBI Explores Commercial Cloud Capabilities
Needs 1 petabyte of storage, which is enough to house the U.S. population’s DNA and then clone ...
Here’s Why You May Never Be Truly Anonymous in a Big Data World
All de-identified data may not be so anonymous after all.